By Prabhakar Singh, Narottam P. Bansal
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2 watts at fifteen amps of current. min-'without any fuel process or reforming. 48 . mm 1 -+Stack 0 ' __ Potential Parallel IStack Power Parallel 3 6 9 12 15 Current (A) Figure 7. niid'. 1 LTA-SOFC on complex fuels. namely the US military logistic fuel JP-8, shows encouraging iesults for development in portable power applications. One material development of interest that has directly contributed to the increased performance is that of the porous separator. The porous separator has two main functions.
25 Current Density (Ncm’) Figure 3. 1 single cell on JP-8. 46 . min-' respectively. 80% ofthe hydrogen performance. Figure 4. 1 single cell performance comparisons between hydrogen and JP-8. 1 cell is presented in Fig 5. In the first 100 hrs of the test. there was a slight increase in the performance i n the power and potential over this time. min-'. 4u/a. Overall cell perfom~ancewas stable and no degradation was obsened, despite occasional smoke esited the exhaust Advances in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells IV .
0 was developed under the DARPA MISER program to utilize battlefield plastic waste to produce usable power. 1 cell design. Improvements in material tolerances and the understanding of the liquid tin requirements lead lo a reduction of weight and volume of four times. crn-*on JP-8. The primary cause for the power increase was the design of an open porous membrane to both contain the liquid tin and allow transport of the fuel molecules. The wetting behavior of the liquid tin allows this. Although published data varies, the wetting behavior of tin has been experimentally determined by the authors to be poor in a reducing atmosphere.